Hamilton Cub Scouts Pack 35's Annual Pinewood Derby was held last week at the First Congregational Church in Hamilton - see the results.
The Hamilton Cub Scouts Pack 35's Annual Pinewood Derby was held on Jan. 25 at the First Congregational Church in Hamilton. Results from the races: TIGER SCOUTS First: Benjamin Krysiak Second: James Ostrowski Third: Adam Green WOLF SCOUTS First: James Day Second: Elijah Grenier Third: Teddy Hargrove BEAR SCOUTS First: Cooper Blatz Second: Craig LeBlanc Third: Michael Daley WEBELOS First: Wyatt Carlson Second: Ryan Woodin Third: Christopher Tsouvalas GRAND FINALS First: Ryan Woodin Second: Christopher Tsouvalas Third: Cooper Blatz
Nationwide just 5 percent of all Boy Scouts achieve top rank of Eagle Scout. In Thomas Grimshaw, Keaton Holappa and Andrew Gauthier, Hamilton can boast of three in one year.
Last Sunday, Thomas Grimshaw, Keaton Holappa and Andrew Gauthier joined the ranks of Gerald Ford, Neil Armstrong, Steven Spielberg and Michael Moore. The three Hamilton residents and members of Wenham-based Boy Scout Troop 28 became Eagle Scouts. Fellow troop members, family and friends were at the ceremony known as the Eagle Court of Honor held at First Church in Wenham. To become an Eagle Scout is not a small undertaking. Many, if not most boys can claim to have at one time or another been a Cub Scout, but it is a select few that make it to scouting’s top rank. Becoming an Eagle Scout takes many years of steady commitment. Most who rise to the challenge are in their last year or two of high school when they earn their final merit badges…